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98 AUDI A4 2.8 ENGINE CODE P0322 CRANKSHAFT ENGINE SPEED SENSOR NO SIGNAL

CAN THIS CAUSE CAR NOT TO START SOMETIMES BECAUSE THATS WHAT MY CAR IS DOING CRANKS EVERYTIME BUT SOMETIMES STARTS RIGHT UP

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REPLACE THE SENSOR MY FRIEND!!THAT S THE ONLY WAY TO FIX YOUR PROBLEM!!AND YES THOSE ARE THE SYMPTOMS!!

Posted on Mar 21, 2014

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  • TCI Mar 21, 2014

    ALWAYS THERE!!

  • TCI Mar 21, 2014

    IF U NEED INFO ON HOW TO CHANGE THE SENSOR I NEED CHASSIS NUMBER {VIN NUMBER}

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    shane Mar 21, 2014

    great i also had a speed sensor code but i changed it not even a yea ago should i just buy that too??

  • TCI Mar 21, 2014

    THE SPEED SENSOR IS O N E !!WE CALL IT G28!!DID U BUY IT FROM A DEALERSHIP OR IT IS AN AFTER MARKET PRODUCT??

  • shane
    shane Mar 21, 2014

    lol on ebay about 15bucks after market another question there seems too be two different Crankshaft Position Sensor one is a wire and the other looks like the wire connects to it which one should i replace??

  • TCI Mar 21, 2014

    THERE IS ONLY ONE . I THINK YOURS IS WITH THE WIRE!!JUST TO BE SURE SEND ME THE VIN NUMBER OF YOUR CAR SO THAT I CAN CHECK ON MONDAY!!!THATS THE FASTEST I CAN DO!!!!

  • shane
    shane Mar 21, 2014

    it was the wire do you know where its located changing tomorrow 98 audi a4 quattro 2.8

  • TCI Mar 22, 2014

    SEND VIN SHANE!!TO SEND U INFO!!

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There are a lot of electronic thing's on you Buick that can go haywire causing the problems you have . If you are unfamiliar with these thing's I mentioned , I suggest you take it to a ASE certified repair shop . Some people get irate just mentioning this, It mite save you money in the long run .

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Consider replacing the crankshaft positioning sensor. A crank sensor is an electronic device used in an internal combustion engine to monitor the position or rotational speed of the crankshaft. This information is used by engine management systems to control ignition system timing and other engine parameters.
The simplest and most obvious symptom of a failing crankshaft position sensor is the blinking "check engine" light in your car.
According to Do It Yourself.com "When the crankshaft position sensor begins to fail, the signal it transmits to the vehicle's computer begins to weaken. If left unattended, the signal will switch off completely. This, in turn, causes the car's spark plugs to die out, killing the engine. If you are having problems starting your car, it could indicate bad crankshaft position sensor".

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If the only code you get is P0322, then it is most likely the crankshaft position sensor. Prior to this code, I received the P0321. Crankshaft position sensor only cost me $15 at ebay while $170 at your local autopart stores. My problem was that my car would crank for 4 seconds then start up. Once it starts, there is a loud air suction sound. Kind of like a quiet vacuum, as if the engine is trying to get as much oxygen as it can. This was only happening in the morning, but won't happen again throughout the day. You can call it a sign that it is going to get worst.

My car has over 200k miles and this is the first time it happened. I've went ahead and replaced it considering the age of the car and the sensor looked beat. It has been 2 months so far after replacing, and no problem yet. Goodluck with yours and hoped my bad experience helped you out.

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Ignition/Distributor Engine Speed Input Circuit Range/Performance

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Ignition/Distributor Engine Input Circuit No Signal

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Engine speed sensor has failed or is damaged.ECM has failed.Sensor wheel is damaged or doesn-t fit properly.Sensor wheel spacer isn-t seated properly.

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